New Orleans French Quarter is very Historic in many respects.....This is considered a new building....

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Louisiana Supreme Court, New Orleans French Quarter

    The Louisiana Supreme Court Building located at 400 Royal Street was completed in 1910 and was used for the top court in Louisiana till 1958. It was abandoned in 1958 and later renovated for 20 years. The Court returned in 2004 to call this building home again. It is one of the few examples of the ” Breaux Arts Style” in Louisiana. Made of granite and marble. Its quite an impressive building. Few take the side door photos but thought this was an impressive back door.

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you have a wonderful canvas of art to capture in the crescent city!

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I can't believe a building this beautiful would ever be abandoned.

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